As had been the case plenty of times before, Orlando Antigua had a courtside seat to watch Kentucky turn a close game into a runaway.
For once, he didn't enjoy the view.
The former Kentucky assistant feared that a big run was coming, and when it arrived his South Florida team had no answer. Jamal Murray scored 21 points, Skal LaBissiere added 17 and No. 1 Kentucky went on a 15-0 run to end the first half on the way to beating the Bulls 84-63 in the HoopHall Miami Invitational on Friday.
"One of the things we tried to avoid was how quickly they could put points up, how quickly they transition from one end to the other, on made baskets, missed baskets, quick...